TEL AVIV & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Perion Network Ltd. (NASDAQ:PERI), a global technology leader in advertising solutions for brands and publishers, announced today that Ophir Yakovian has tendered his resignation as Perion’s Chief Financial Officer to pursue new professional business opportunities.
Maoz Sigron, Perion’s Vice President of Finance and a senior finance executive with more than a decade of experience in controllership, accounting and financial management, has been appointed as Perion’s CFO, effective February 7, 2018. Mr. Sigron has served in various finance leadership and senior accounting, in positions at Tnuva Dairy Corporation as well as Allot Communications and Stratasys Ltd., both of which are publicly traded corporations listed on NASDAQ. Earlier in his career he served as a CPA with PwC and holds B.A in accounting and Economics from the College of Management.
Doron Gerstel, Perion’s CEO commented, “I would like to wish Ophir good luck with his new opportunity, and welcome Maoz into this new role. Maoz has played a key role implementing the cost-reduction initiatives that began in the second half of 2017, and I have great confidence that he is well positioned to carry this important initiative forward.”
About Perion Network Ltd.
Perion is a global technology company that delivers advertising solutions to brands and publishers. Perion is committed to providing data-driven execution, from high-impact ad formats to branded search and a unified social and mobile programmatic platform. More information about Perion may be found at www.perion.com, and follow Perion on Twitter @perionnetwork.
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